Mixmag and Outernet are celebrating Pride Month with an immersive exhibition

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In celebration of Pride Month, Mixmag has teamed up with Outernet to showcase a 360-degree immersive exhibition in the heart of London.

London is Pride: Presented by Mixmag kicks off this Friday (June 2) at 9:PM, and will run throughout the month of June each night from 9:PM until midnight.

The exhibition takes place on the fringes of London’s queer nightlife haven Soho at Outernet’s semi-indoor exhibition space, marking the Pride Month celebrations which commemorate and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community every June.

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Soundtracked by DJ sets from ABSOLUTE., Jaguar, and Raven Mandella, London is Pride is set to display a range of photography, graphics, flyers and posters from across the queer dance music history of the UK.

A number of queer collectives have contributed to the exhibition: Big Dyke Energy, PXSSY PALACE, GGI, Queer Bruk, Queer House Party, Technomate, Trade, Fèmmme Fraîche and Jungle Kitty.

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London is Pride celebrates queer parties, artists and collectives, many of whom have been documented by Mixmag throughout our 40 years of covering electronic music and club culture.

First opened in 2022, Outernet hosts the “world’s largest LED screen deployment” in London’s West End. The exhibition space features an LED tunnel and an immersive semi-indoor area.

Mixmag is one of three brands helping celebrate Pride at Outernet. The National Trust will be showcasing ballrooms with strong LGBTQ+ histories to Now Trending whilst Galop will be advertising the National Hate Crime Helpline on Outernet’s Vista screens, as anti-LGBT+ hate crime is at its highest during Pride season.

Head down to Outernet on Friday, June 2, at 9:PM – 11:PM to check out the launch of London is Pride: Presented by Mixmag, or check it out every night throughout June from 9:PM to midnight.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

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Written by: Tim Hopkins

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